Dating a 16 year old
Talk openly and honestly about issues like alcohol, marijuana, drugs, peer pressure, and sexuality.
It's normal for your teen to mostly be focused on the here-and-now.
Getting a driver's license and getting a part-time job are just a few of the milestones that can help her build healthy confidence in her skills.
Meanwhile, make sure you're teaching your teen about everyday tasks, like how to take care of a home, and how to take care of her health on her own.
Let's look at the advice given by parents in two real life examples.
He may go on his first official date but he may also deal with his first major breakup around this age.
Ask for your teen's thoughts about what she might want to do for a career or where she may want to live.
Talk about various lifestyles and opportunities she has ahead of her.
Your teen may be active on social media and you will need to discuss issues around privacy, safety, and respecting others in online social relationships.
Establish clear rules that will support your teen's efforts to make healthy choices.